A man's jaw has been broken, after he was allegedly assaulted by three other men in Carlisle.
Cumbria Police are investigating the incident, which happened in the Meadow View area at around 3:15am on the morning of Bank Holiday Monday.
The 33-year-old victim required hospital treatment.
The three men have been described as being aged in their thirties. One of them was believed to be wearing dark clothing and had dark hair.
Anyone with any information is asked to call Cumbria Police on 101.
Carlisle City Council is asking the public what they think of plans for a new pedestrian crossing on Castle Way, and a pedestrian footpath under the road.
- Tell ITV Border what you think of the plans on our Facebook page.
You can see what the crossing would look like here:
Police dealing with Serious RTC on Road from Cargo to Kingmoor Road outside BSW Timber. Road is closed and will be for some time.
Cumbria Police say they're dealing with a serious collision on the road from Cargo to Kingmoor Road, outside BSW Timber.
The road will be closed for some time.
Three teenagers, charged with the murder of 14-year-old Jordan Watson in Carlisle, have pleaded not guilty in court.
They appeared at Carlisle Crown Court today (1 September) via video link.
- George Thomson, 19, of Upperby Road, Carlisle
- Brahnn Finley, 19, of Furze Street, Carlisle
- Daniel Johnston, 19, of Petteril Bank Road, Carlisle
The three were remanded in custody, and will appear before a High Court Judge on 12 January, 2016.
About a dozen of Jordan's friends were in court.
He was found dead in Upperby Cemetery in June 2015.
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The Labour leadership candidate Andy Burnham told a packed meeting in Carlisle that he would re-nationalise the railways. Speaking last night at the Old Fire Station, Mr Burnham said that the Labour Party needed to "reconnect" with voters.
A special event to commemorate the history of Carlisle Castle is being held today. There will be re-enactments of historical events relating the castle. Organisers promise everything from Redcoats to Khaki as they demonstrate weapons and equipment around what they call a "Living History" of tents. The castle, which dates back to 1092 when is was built by William II, is the most besieged in England. The castle served as a prison to Mary Queen of Scots in 1568, before featuring prominently during the English Civil War. The event runs today and tomorrow, Monday, 31st August.
Carlisle Castle has seen so many battles through the ages and played such a pivotal part in the city's rich history. This event is going to be exciting and we're pleased to be able to stage the re-enactment as it played out all those years ago. It's a fascinating era in history and something that the entire family will enjoy.
The Labour leadership candidate Andy Burnham is appearing in Carlisle this evening. Mr Burnham will talk to supporters at the Old Fire Station at 6:30pm. He is one of four candidates vying for the leadership of the party. The others are Liz Kendall, Jeremy Corbyn and Yvette Cooper. More than 550,000 are eligible to vote in the contest which will be announced on Saturday, 12th September 2015.
A 15-year-old boy arrested following a large fire in Carlisle has been bailed.
Police say they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the large blaze that broke out in a disused warehouse off London Road yesterday evening.
The teenager has been bailed until 10 October 2015.
New footage has surfaced of the fire that raged through a Carlisle garage on Tuesday.
A man has since been arrested on suspicion of arson with intent to endanger life.